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By mid-March, the state is predicting upwards of 310,000 doses a week. Health officials say Washington state is ready for them. SEATTLE — Next month, it could be easier to get a COVID-19 vaccine for those eligible. State health leaders said in a press conference Thursday that more vaccines are on their way to our …

HOUSTON–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Texas Medical Technology (https://texasmedicaltechnology.com/), a leading supplier and distributor of medical equipment, announces a partnership with My Protect Kit, LLC (https://www.myprotectkit.com/), a leading provider of premium Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) kits. As part of the collaboration, Texas Medical Technology will manufacture the protective masks, gloves, wipes, and sanitizing gel, which make up the PPE …

Last week, iHeartMedia Inc., which operates one of the biggest podcast networks in the country, announced it would acquire audio advertising technology company Triton Digital, a move aimed at helping the radio giant expand its advertising options to attract more buyers. It also reflects an increasingly common business decision in podcasting, as the growing industry …

CHARLESTON, W.Va. — The state Supreme Court and other courts in West Virginia are getting new technology as court proceedings continue amid the coronavirus pandemic. State Supreme Court Chief Justice Evan Jenkins said during a House of Delegates Finance Committee meeting last week the court has secured a grant to have video technology in domestic …

Baghdad, Iraq, 21 February 2021 — The World Health Organization (WHO) today handed over a shipment of medical supplies and equipment to the Ministry of Health in Iraq, with the aim to support the national preparedness and response efforts to COVID 19 pandemic, amid a flare in numbers of infection and concerns over the emergence …

Tanzania’s president insists the country is covid-free. So why are people dying? By Rael Umbuor and Max Bearak NAIROBI — Tanzania’s president recently rejected any need for coronavirus vaccines, instead promoting herbal cures. He claims the nation of 60 million has been “covid-free” since he presided over three days of national prayer in June. Mark …

The Guardian Roaring crowds, roti and Rihanna: the view from a Delhi farm protest camp As rhetoric rises on both sides, Indian farmers at the Singhu camp say they are going nowhere Women shout protest slogans at the Singhu camp. Photograph: Adnan Abidi/Reuters Puffing out his chest, his lime green turban luminescent in the morning …

Akamai has reorganized its operations to strengthen its edge technology and $1 billion security business so that customers can securely take advantage of serverless computing. The Cambridge, Mass.-based intelligent edge platform provider will launch its newly created Security Technology and Edge Technology business groups on March 1, both of which will be supported by a …

This winter, ISD 318 received a $150,000 grant to provide technology access, graphing calculators, and technology support for students.  “The pandemic has brought more attention to inequities in access to technologies. We are grateful that the Blandin Foundation is willing to help us address those gaps,” said ISD 318 Teaching and Learning Director Sue Akre. …

Here are some significant developments: Global cases have surpassed 100 million as concern grows about highly transmissible new variants of the virus. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said the coronavirus isn’t spreading in schools that take precautions, but views differ on what those measures need to be. Chicago Public Schools suspended in-person learning …